Parents in Tennessee will be able to sue teachers for “promoting or condoning ‘gateway sexual activity’ by students.”
At the heart of the matter, most of the controversy stems from the “gateway sexual activity” line, which remains vague and was not clearly defined before the bill went to vote. Some detractors argue that it could unreasonably punish teachers for allowing students to cuddle, hold hands or even hug, whether in the halls between classes or at a school dance.
The Tennessee Senate updated the sexual abstinence law to warn students about “gateway sexual activity” In a new family life instructions bill, holding hands and kissing could be considered gateways to sex. Planned Parenthood said t... Read Post
Legislation banning teachers from promoting or condoning "gateway sexual activity" is headed to the Tennessee governor's desk after approval by the state House of Representatives on Friday. The bill, which passed both houses and awa... Read Post